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Speaking at a factory in Essex David Cameron told workers: "I believe the need for that coalition, two parties working together to solve the problems we have in our country, is as important and necessary today as it was two years ago".
Nick Clegg said: "We started off in this coalition with one simple mission in mind and that was to rescue, repair and reform the British economy."
Ed Miliband warned of a "crisis of politics" as he acknowledged that all politicians need to do more to win back people's trust.
Speaking in Harlow, Essex, where his party seized control in last week's council elections, he said he wanted to "reach out" to the more than two-thirds of voters who did not turn out to cast their ballot.
Pointing to figures showing that 71% of people in Harlow did not vote on Thursday, he said: "I want to reach out and understand why you don't trust any politicians, why you don't believe any of us can answer the questions that you are facing in your life."
The Labour leader admits he is not an avid watcher of the Essex based TV show, but goes on to describe Essex as a place 'of aspiration.'
The Labour leader has held a Q&A for journalists in Harlow as Clegg and Cameron relaunch their coalition.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is paying a visit to one of the key local election battlegrounds where his party seized control.
Hosting a Q&A in Harlow in Essex he accused the coalition government of damaging the NHS and says there is currently a 'crisis in politics'.
Former Minister David Laws, who is now Nick Clegg's adviser, told BBC Radio 4 this morning that he thinks it is possible for the two parties to remain coherent and united and still keep their two identities.